Guide to the Stanford University, Symbolic Systems Program, Honors Theses

Stanford University Archives staff
Stanford University Libraries Department of Special Collections and University Archives
Stanford, California
August 2012
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Overview

Call Number: SC4-6534
Creator: Stanford University. Symbolic Systems Program.
Title: Stanford University, Symbolic Systems Program, honors theses
Dates: 1993-2009
Physical Description: 18 volume(s) (2 boxes)
Summary: Honors theses written by undergraduates in the Stanford University Symbolic Systems Program.
Language(s): The materials are in English.
Repository: Department of Special Collections and University Archives
Stanford University Libraries
557 Escondido Mall
Stanford, CA 94305-6064
Email: speccollref@stanford.edu
Phone: (650) 725-1022
URL: http://www-sul.stanford.edu/depts/spc/spc.html

Administrative Information

Provenance

Theses were transferred to the Stanford University Archives from the Hume Writing Center in 2011.

Information about Access

The collection is open for research use; materials must be requested at least 48 hours in advance of intended use. No photocopies may be made.

Ownership & Copyright

Copyright is retained by the creators for materials they have authored or otherwise produced. Transmission or reproduction of materials requires the written permission of the copyright owner.

Cite As

[Identification of item], Stanford University, Symbolic Systems Program, Honors Theses (SC4-6534). Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.

Scope and Contents

The collection consists of honors theses written by undergraduates in the Stanford University Symbolic Systems Program.

Access Terms

Student papers.


Collection Contents

 

Accession ARCH-2011-152 Theses

Box 1

Mercer, Noah, Computers and the self: approaches to agent design. 1994

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Pauly, Marc, Gödelian formalities - details of Gödel's second incompleteness theorem. 1996

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Perfors, Amy, Slow and steady doesn't win the race: the relation of infant information processing skills to later linguistic performance. 1999

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Schapiro, Anna C., A connectionist model of a continuous developmental transition in the balance scale task. 2009

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Soergel, David, OrganISM: an abstract representation paradigm for intelligent information networks. 1998

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Wobbrock, Jacob Otto, The law and policy of autonomous software agents. 1998

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Norman, Kenneth Andrew, Is consciousness the gatekeeper of memory?. 1993

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Flannery, Matthew and David Merrill, Faces and voices: social and cognitive effects of new interface paradigms. 2000

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Skolnick, Deena, Interactions between mutual exclusivity and lexical contrast in word learning. 2003

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Lindsay, Jon R., A biological basis for being-in-the-world: autopoiesis and Heideggerian phenomenology. 1995

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Barkis, William B, A new insight into a fundamental neural mechanism of learning, memory, and neuron death: understanding the regulation of NMDA receptor expression . 2001

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Tauber, Ellen R., The conceptimator: an expert system for conceptual cost estimating of building foundations. 1992

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Chiao, Joan, "Do they all look alike?": an fMRI study on expertise for same- versus other-race faces. 2000

Box 2

Soergel, David, OrganISM, an abstract representation paradigm for intelligent information networks. 1998

Box 2

Mayer, Marissa A., A natural language interface for the advisable planner. 1997

Box 2

Meganathan, Indirajith, Art therapy: complexity, expressiveness, and artistic style. 1996

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Srinivasan, Mahesh, Nominal classification and conceptual organization: a cross-linguistic perspective from English to Mandarin Chinese. 2005

Box 2

Henry, Kevin Christopher, Combining conventional search techniques with machine learning in the game of Go. no date